Sandra Oh, best known for her role in Grey’s Anatomy and more recently her role in Killing Eve, has made history at the Golden Globes in 2019.
She was awarded Best Lead Actress In A Television Series for drama and has become the first woman of Asian descent to win the award in almost 40 years, with Yoko Shimada winning the award back in 1981 for her role in Shōgun.
Not only that but Oh is also the first Asian person to host the Golden Globes and the first to win multiple Golden Globes.
In 2005, the actress won Best Supporting Actress in a television series for her role as Dr Christina Yang in Grey’s Anatomy.
Oh’s winning night was topped off with another win after her parents’ reaction to her award went viral.
As expected, her parents were so proud of their daughter and they had no problem showing it off.